HL Deb 01 March 1860 vol 156 cc2045-6

said, that the last time he asked for the production of papers relating to the annexation of Savoy, the Government was not disposed to give any further information upon it. Since that time it appeared that a change had come over them. He hoped it was because a better understanding existed between the Governments of France and England. He wished therefore to ask the noble Lord the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when they might expect that the papers upon the subject of Savoy would be laid upon the table of that and the other House of Parliament?


said, that the papers had been moved for in the other House of Parliament, and would, he expected, be laid before both Houses on that day week.